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Hotel Sorrento

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5-15 Hotham Rd, Sorrento, Victoria 3943 Australia
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Looking for a place to stay in Sorrento? Then look no further than Hotel Sorrento, a family-friendly hotel that brings the best of Sorrento to your doorstep.

You’ll enjoy relaxing rooms that offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and you can stay connected during your stay as Hotel Sorrento offers guests free wifi.

The hotel features newspaper, express check-in and check-out, and baggage storage. Plus, Hotel Sorrento offers a lounge, providing a pleasant respite from your busy day. For guests with a vehicle, free parking is available.

Nearby landmarks such as St. John's Anglican Church (0.4 mi) and Bay of Islands (1.1 mi) make Hotel Sorrento a great place to stay when visiting Sorrento.

Travellers looking to enjoy some souvlaki can head to Fish Fetish. Otherwise, you may want to check out a Mediterranean restaurant such as Italico Sorrento or Sorrento Trattoria.

If you’re looking for things to do, you can check out Sorrento Park, which is a popular park amongst tourists.

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Hotel Sorrento as you experience everything Sorrento has to offer.

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Deborah D wrote a review 7 Mar
Denarau Island, Fiji9 contributions1 helpful vote
Well where shall I start.... Reception not opened past 5:00pm. We did receive a phone call from Sam letting us know what was happening and a text with the code to get into the safe where are keys were. We ere also given directions on where to park. The room itself was lovely great Scandi feel and everything looked lovely. We tried to use the phone to call reception to find out about breakfast. Found that the phone was not plug in and neither was the bed side lamps. When I picked up the phone it was covered in dusty. As we could not speak to anyone at reception as it was closed we thought we would ask at the bar or restaurant, we ran into a lovely young lady that got a manager for us which turned out to be Sam who quickly let us know that there was no cooked breakfast it was a breakfast pack which would be delivered to our room. Oh well ... so we decided to have a drink at the bar which was an experience, I think we were way to old for the night club crowd ... 7:40pm and the night club was happening, drunk young people falling over and still let into the bar. We checked out the ground floor bar and it was a night club that felt like it was time for last drink and the music was pumping. We headed upstairs to the roof top bar, which had the music still pumping and in full night club swing at 7:50pm we asked one of the security if there was a place for a quiet drink and he suggested the beer garden. So we headed down there, which was also in full night club mode. We then spotted the front bar which was a bit quieter. We spotted a nice spot looking out at the ocean. I headed to the bar for a couple of drinks, I ordered two Pinot and young man that served me us lovely and professional. However when I got to the table and tasted the wine it was a very interesting Pinot.. I think more a Cab Sav, oh well a drink was nice and the view was beautiful. However when I tried to lift my hand up to pick up the glass I found that it had stuck to bench felt like the bench had not been cleaned this year. Time to head off to our room which I was hoping would be our sanctuary. To our surprise the night was still happening in bed room the music from the bar was sooo loud that we felt like we were still at the bar... the wooop woop loud laugh and music meant that our bedroom was rocking...... it is now 10:17pm and the music is soooo loud that I feel like I should pop on my party dress and start dancing. Well the clock stuck 10:30 and music stopped but unlike Cinderella no one ran away and drunker laughter a s yelling g filled the air. When we heading off to bed my husband tried to switch on the lamp and he brushed out a layer of dust on to me that gave me an asthma attack. We then thought we would have a cup of tea and found that we were allowed only on English breakfast tea and two sugars for two people. The lovely information book was beautifully designed but didn’t have any information or instructions on restaurants hours or how to operate the tv. But it did info on how to use the wifi... lucky I never give up and figured out how to get the TV working. If you are looking a quiet weekend maybe stay somewhere else. However if you are a 20 something and want a weekend away of drinks and DJ music this is the spot for you.
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Date of stay: March 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Denise C wrote a review Feb 2021
Melbourne, Australia27 contributions9 helpful votes
Our luncheon was excellent right from the get go with an efficient and accommodating phone booking. The staff were pleasant , attentive and informative. The menu presented a range of options both financial and serving size. which suited us well. Our meals were excellent, looked delicious, tasted delicious and served at the correct temperature. Obviously, all the renovations add to the ambiance of the venue and the coastal views a bonus. At present a lot of building on site so parking was a bit difficult but not a major inconvenience. Will definitely return for future dining.
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Date of stay: February 2021
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Mary wrote a review Feb 2021
Melbourne, Australia19 contributions5 helpful votes
We stayed at the hotel for one night in February, in a “heritage room with balcony”. The hotel’s location is perfect, close to the main street, the water and the ferry terminal. The building is beautiful thanks to its historical old stone main building. Many sections have been added during the last years, especially to accommodate the renown pub, its large restaurant, and busy bar. There is no loungeroom and all spaces seem to be driven by the importance of pub context. A swimming pool will be added during 2020. The room was spacious, clean and well-appointed with a clear effort towards contemporary decoration. The view was fantastic, the spacious balcony provided comfortable lounging chairs. Good bedding despite the very soft mattress. There is a coffee machine that does quite decent coffee. As we stayed on a week night, we had no problem with noises from the pub that was not full. The price for the room was A$ 400, and it obviously has been renovated quite recently. For this amount, one would expect luxury, in comparison to other “luxury hotels” in Australia. However, this is not the case although website and management insist on the appellation. The appearance is doing justice to the promotion, but a lot is missing to classify the hotel amongst luxury hotels. It is a family owned complex, and the management seems to give a lot of importance to the pub to the detriment of the hotel that is in need of additional renovation: staircase, corridors, furniture outside the rooms are not presented well, and the reception area is lacking character. In the bathroom, while little soaps and earplugs are provided, and the towels are of a decent quality, there was no body lotion, no hand cream, no cotton pads, etc. and the toilet paper was of the cheapest quality. Towel rack and bathroom sinks are wobbly; the glass plank above the shower has not been cleaned for a long time. In the bedroom, one of the two bulbs above the bed was not working; as reception closes before the end of the afternoon, we had to ask the restaurant manager to fix the problem, which he did, picking a bulb from a room that was not occupied. There was no vertical mirror (one could easily be added inside the wardrobe door); and the door handle of the French door opening on the balcony was left in my hand. The restaurant is nicely decorated. Guests have to go to the kitchen counter to order food, and to the bar to order drinks, and pay each at the same place, as it is not possible to put the amount on the room bill. However, food was brought to the tables. Maybe the Covid context is responsible for this, which was not explained to us. However, it is not a restaurant but a pub and once this fact acknowledged, it is a decent pub. From the menu, the dessert I chose was supposed to be accompanied by “berries”, but it came with one old strawberry. The manager did not apologise but brought a little bowl of berries upon our expressing disappointment. In summary, given the extraordinary potential of the place and the popularity of Sorrento, it has been a disappointment for us. It would not take a lot for the management to improve on the current weaknesses; nevertheless, the impression we got was rather that the future is looking more at expanding in size rather than on quality.
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Date of stay: February 2021
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Room Tip: A room with balcony to enjoy the beautiful view. On weekends, expect noise from the large pub...
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Janelle D wrote a review Jan 2021
Carrum Downs, Australia27 contributions1 helpful vote
We stayed at hotel Sorrento from 24th Dec until 28th Dec and was not worth the money. Room was amazing with beautiful ocean views, was above the beer garden so room smelt like smoke when we arrived had to shut the windows wasnt a big deal though. Day we checked in someone from the hotel rang me to say there was lots of renovations and for the mess they had drink cards for us, never received them which is odd to call and tell us that then. When we arrived we were told we would receive (as paid for) 2 gluten and dairy free breakfast baskets everyday. Day 1 we got 2 both not gluten or dairy free so we wouldn’t eat and went in the Bin, next day was Christmas Day and no breakfast arrived which the following day I told staff and they didn’t even care she said of yes we made a mistake, I also let her know about the gluten and dairy mix up, following day they got it right 2 GF and DF baskets, then on our final morning wrong again only 1 basket and not GF or DF so went in the bin again. The worst thing about our stay was the beds. We both had terribly sore backs after sleeping in the beds and couldn’t walk or even put on our shoes properly. We also ate at the hotel and food was ok it’s basically pub food. Staff were friendly but kinda in their own little world not too bothered to ‘work’. We will not be back.
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Date of stay: December 2020Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Raph M wrote a review Jan 2021
Melbourne, Australia49 contributions21 helpful votes
We stayed in the Heritage room, number 4 precisely ,beautiful stone wall and a great view on the Bay seing the ferries arriving.The bathroom is standard ,overhaul very comfortable.The bed is like laying on a cloud, very pleased with that! The restaurant staffs are quite busy but very helpful and smiling.The food is Pub/Hotel quality. Now, for the bad impression and the reason why I did not left a better rating.We stayed 2 nights, the Pub being underneath is quite noisy but close at 11pm, by the time the last shouting customer leave the car park it would be 11.30 pm.You might think that mean you will be able to settle for the night? Nah! Being just above the kitchen/restaurant we could hear for the 2 nights, the staffs decompressing after a long shift , chasing each others, laughing ,shouting, banging doors, moving table or chairs and putting away cutlery ...the first night ,it went on until 12.30 AM. The second night was a bit better; they left around 12.15 AM. For this reason, We will never book again in the Heritage building.Not good enough when you are paying over$300/ night and not being able to rest until the Restaurant staffs finish work.
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Date of stay: January 2021
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Room Tip: do not book Heritage rooms,great views but noisy until late
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US$ 132 - US$ 237 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
LOCATION
AustraliaVictoriaMornington PeninsulaSorrento
NUMBER OF ROOMS
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Frequently Asked Questions about Hotel Sorrento
Which popular attractions are close to Hotel Sorrento?
Nearby attractions include Sorrento Back Beach (0.3 km), Sorrento Pier (0.2 km), and Sorrento Park (0.1 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Hotel Sorrento?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Hotel Sorrento?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Hotel Sorrento?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Hotel Sorrento?
Yes, free parking and street parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Hotel Sorrento?
Conveniently located restaurants include Bistro Elba, Italico Sorrento, and The Baths.
Is Hotel Sorrento located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.2 km away from the centre of Sorrento.
Does Hotel Sorrento offer any business services?
Yes, guests have access to a business centre and meeting rooms during their stay.
Are there any historical sites close to Hotel Sorrento?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Fort Pearce (8.0 km).
Does Hotel Sorrento have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the harbour view available here.